Up until about 3 or 4 months ago, the 2020 homeschool convention season was just about to kick off. But that also meant you needed to live within travel distance to whichever venue was hosting the event. Admission costs to conventions usually aren’t too steep, but the airfare, gas, lodging, restaurants, and any other incidentals … Continue reading "The End of Homeschool Conventions As We Know Them?"
EDIT: (watch Virtual Homeschool Convention Booth video recording here 4/10/2020). See after stream notes below. Typically, we try to hit a couple conventions each year. We usually go to Virginia Homeschoolers and do an event in Maine and/or Massachusetts. In the past, we’ve attended the S.E.A. convention in Atlanta and West Virginia. But this year … Continue reading "Build Your Library Virtual Homeschool Convention Booth"